Outlining Minor Areas for Coloring
We next get a thinner pencil (suggested .5 stroke) to define the areas of color change.
You'll notice below the difference between the dark 1-point lines and the thinner half-point lines that define the areas for shading.
You will see in the shadowed areas of the picture that there are gradients used in the original drawing. Here I left those areas as large areas, intending to see how well gradients would play out in the finished project. If you prefer to use solid colors, then you could divide these areas up even more.
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